A reader with the suspiciously un-American-sounding name “Adolfo” writes…

Ok, Mark…Quick–without using the internet–name 10 players on the Seahawks’ roster…

Okay, “Adolfo” (if that’s your real name–and, by the way, you know who *else* had a name very much like “Adolfo”?  STALIN, THAT’S WHO!!!), here’s my answer:

There is no “I” in “Team”.  It’s not about individuals with so-called “names”.  It’s about the Team coming together to adapt, achieve, and overcome.  It’s about family.  Family, dammit!  Don’t you commies care about families? I am frankly *shocked* that you would ask such a question.  Shocked, I say.  So I’m not going to dignify it with an answer.

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  • Dave

    Mark told me that Ken Griffey Jr. was his favorite player on the Seahawks, so you might be surprised at his expansive sports knowledge. 😉

    • quasimodo

      When he went to Cincinnati,it was like he was from the Seahawks injured reserve squad or like he played the whole time without a helmet or pads.

  • Evan

    Aren’t Seattle-ites all commies anyways? Wouldn’t that mean “Adolfo,” with his name similar to Stalin’s, would be a natural Seahawks fan?

  • Linebyline

    How were you supposed to respond without using the Internet?

  • Gmai

    Stalin’s name was Joseph

    • chezami

      I know. It was a joke.

  • Adolfo

    I dunno… Sounds like collectivism to me. Who’s the commie now? J’accuse!

    • chezami

      You know who else spoke French? POL POT, THAT’S WHO!